What type of anesthesia is used for a brow lift?
Being put under general anesthesia scares the heck out of me and is part of the reason I am so against having cosmetic surgery. What are my options when it comes to a brow lift? Can sedatives be used so I am not completely under?
Don't worry! A brow lift can be performed under local, twilight, or general anesthesia.
Brow lifts are relatively non-extensive cosmetic procedures that take between one and two hours to complete. Because of this, they are generally performed under twilight anesthesia or IV sedation.
To learn more about procedures that can be done under twilight anesthesia, visit our blog.